FSU’S Facility for Arts Research hosts virtual visiting artist lecture series

Noel W. Anderson
Noel W. Anderson

The Facility for Arts Research (FAR), part of Florida State University’s College of Fine Arts, has launched “FAR & Away Conversations,” a four-part virtual series of live-streamed discussions focusing on interactions between artists and thinkers whose careers, passions and artistic interests intersect.

“We, at FAR, wanted to find a way to continue our annual program of visiting artists despite the pandemic,” said FAR Co-director Rob Duarte. “At the same time, we worked to come up with a version of our public events that didn’t just consist of pre-recorded lectures or more Zoom conferences.”

“FAR & Away Conversations” highlights nationally and internationally recognized artists who are accompanied by a guest of their choosing. Both individuals interact with virtual audiences in real-time conversations loosely based on conceptual intersections of their work.

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